One year on from its first release, a host of new capabilities have been added to expand Allplan Bridge.
Barbara Cummins, director of heritage at Historic Environment Scotland, discusses the new planning policy for Scotland.
Elecosoft has released the highly anticipated Powerproject XV, designed for use by planners and project managers across the whole spectrum of the planning and construction management sector.
The Purfleet regeneration scheme has received outline planning permission after Thurrock Council’s planning committee give the development the green light.
The Guinness Partnership has acquired a 928 home site, the biggest in its history, at Hunslet Road near Leeds Dock.
The Labour Party has said it would scrap a government scheme that allows commercial and residential buildings to be transformed into homes without planning permission.
Plans for a new £30m tourist development at Loch Lomond have been unveiled by Flamingo Land Limited and Scottish Enterprise.
Outline plans to transform the former Boots Island site in Nottingham have been given the nod, as the city is set to create “possibly the biggest regeneration scheme in the UK”.
The North Street Quarter development in Lewes has taken a step forward, as detailed plans for the landscape and appearance of phases 2 and 3 were approved by the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA).
Historic Environment Scotland (HES) published its new Historic Environment Policy for Scotland (HEPS) which will be used by decision-makers in Scotland, the new planning policy will take effect from 1 May.
The City of London's Planning and Transportation Committee has granted planning permission for the construction of The Tulip.
Plans have been submitted by CCG (Scotland) Ltd to build 330 homes in Whitlawburn as part of a £42m housing-led regeneration.
WSP has revealed its intent to acquire Indigo Planning Ltd as part of its aim to become the top planning consultancy in the UK.
The RTPI is working with Liverpool City Region Combined Authority to develop a climate resilience policy for the city region’s 1.6 million residents.